It’s time for American Christians to reject the “great American dream” and embrace God’s kingdom reality, to willingly exchange materialism and self-indulgence for spiritual maturity and glory.
God always does what’s best for us — what develops and prepares us, makes us stronger and motivates us to purify ourselves. Maturity pursues the goal; immaturity gives up.
“Learning to work cooperatively with God will be a lifelong experience, but you will become increasingly effective as you learn.” — A quote from the book, “Royal Partners.”
The Lord’s Prayer is probably the most widely known prayer in the world. Yet it contains a statement most of us repeat without really considering what it means: “Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors” (Mt 6:12). This means we’re asking God to forgive us like, how, in the same manner Read More…
“God created us in His image and wants us to grow from spiritual infants to mature sons. That process includes actually becoming like God our Father.” — A quote from the book, “Royal Partners.”
“While Scripture shows that we should pattern our lives after those who are more mature in the faith, it’s also clear we’re ultimately responsible for our own growth, maturity, attitudes and behavior.” — A quote from the book, “A Biblical Perspective of Self-Defense and Civil Disobedience.”
“It’s never God’s intent to make us independent of Him; in fact, the more we mature, the more we will depend on Him. Yet it is His goal to make us increasingly proficient at what He created us to do, to improve our skills and expand our abilities.” — A quote from the book, “Royal Read More…
“To follow Jesus is to emulate Him, to behave as He would in your situation within the limits of your abilities.” — A quote from the book, “Making the Transition.”